The Newest In New - Voice Control with Smart Watches
To a tech geek, getting the new LG Smartwatch Urbane is not about keeping up with the trend, but rather a decision based on the technical capabilities of the device. In addition to an array of features ranging from sleep tracking to social media notifications, this smart watch offers a significant advantage – it can be controlled by voice commands. And it is not the only one that can. A similar product from this point of view is the Samsung Gear Live Smartwatch. Voice control with smart watches seems to be the key to success for the makers of top wearables. Users love the fact that they don’t have to touch the device in order to get the information they need – the intelligent gadget recognizes their voice and performs the tasks it is asked to do. You literally don’t need to lift a finger to get what you want from a voice controlled smart watch.
Easy to Use Voice Control on Smart Watches
Do you sometimes feel that gadgets are taking over the world? You’re not the only one that does. For some reason, people born before the 90’s still prefer to do some things manually, even if there are plenty of products that can do the job faster and without any effort on their side. Why? The industry of smart watches believes it’s because these category of people was not brought up with a smart watch on their wrist and for this reason they consider them to be complicated. Voice control on smart watches was the industry’s response to certain users’ reluctance to technology. In terms of controlling the device, it doesn’t get any easier than this. With no buttons and no bulky lists of commands displayed on a small screen, all the user has to do is speak out what he or she wants the smart watch to do. Nothing else. Not too complicated, is it?
Voice Control for Smart Watches Works Great
It is not unusual for users to have some issues with using certain features of their smart watch. This happens because developing a new function takes time and the makers need to learn from their mistakes. Though they do try to anticipate any problem that can appear and to come up with a solution before actually presenting the product to the public, sometimes users encounter situations that the staff haven’t during the tests. It is not the case with voice control for smart watches though. So far the new feature works perfectly and no significant issues have been reported. This is great news on multiple levels – first of all because the world welcomes a gadget that can be controlled without even touching it, but also because it seems that manufacturers are finally succeeding to launch issue-free products. It is a good thing now and the fact that it creates higher expectations for the future is even better.